[Bug 178162] Review Request: libgeotiff

Tom 'spot' Callaway tcallawa at redhat.com
Tue Oct 31 20:09:27 UTC 2006

On Tue, 2006-10-31 at 17:39 +0100, Hans de Goede wrote:
> Josh Boyer wrote:
> > On Tue, 2006-10-31 at 17:05 +0100, Hans de Goede wrote:
> >> For Fedora Base (aka Core + Extras) I 100% agree but whats wrong with an
> >> additional repo which isn't enabled by default which lies the boundary
> >> at "no use restrictions accept for non commercial use only"?
> >>
> >> Again let me reverse the question from why a non commercial repo, to why
> >> not?
> > 
> > You are assuming (incorrectly) that Fedora Base is Core + Extras.
> > That's not the case.  Fedora is anything that is under the Fedora
> > Project umbrella.  Period.  That's why it's not a trivial task to
> > announce an official Fedora project.
> > 
> This need not be an official Fedora project, all we are asking is to be
> able to use Fedora Extra's infrastructure, also this need not use Fedora
> in the name of the repo.

Ehhhh, if its not an official Fedora project, and doesn't use the name
because it doesn't match up with the goals of Fedora, then I really
don't think we'd want to have it in the infrastructure.

IMHO, you should feel free to take the open source tools that we're
using (cvs, plague, mock) and make a separate repository as an addon to
what Fedora provides, but this isn't a direction that I think we want to
take Fedora.

As to items that aren't software, content items, we already have some
guidelines in place to include them, and we're always willing to revisit
and revise them when people want to include things outside the scope
(assuming they've not already been forbidden).

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